Photo courtesy Shirley Cobb
TCB presented a $7,500 check to Atkinson Community Foundation.
One of the entries in the Parade of Lights
Dean Seger with the weather balloon he found while checking his pasture.	 	Photo by Lorraine Lieswald
The seven Stuart students recognized for outstanding acting were: front, William Paxton, Cameron Sattler, and Ashlyn Kaup; back, Lacey Paxton, Grace Alder, Taya Schmaderer, and Sydney Estill.
Members of the West Holt One Act cast and crew
Guide Nick Schrunk and hunter Brett Lieswald who are both from Atkinson.	Courtesy Photo
Austin Wenner
Helping pack and deliver the meals for the veterans were seated Diane Alden and Sandy Schrunk; standing, Kylie Troidl, Helen Olson, Judy Schaaf, Joe Skrdla, Michelle Dvorak, Jake Dvorak, Patti Skrdla, Vickie Seger, and Cecelia Schrunk.
The new operating room which was recently opened at West Holt Memorial Hospital.                Courtesy Photo
West Holt Huskies
Gerard Keating, with daughter Reese and son Alec in front of 107 South Main Street. 	Courtesy Photo
The Tri-County Bank building in Stuart. It originally housed another bank and was built in 1911.
Temperature at 6:00 p.m. on Halloween.
Eileen Osborne
Veterans Day program to be virtual on school’s website
West Holt Medical Services CEO Brian Martin and his son Drew. Courtesy Photo
Holt County Ag Society board members who were present for the groundbreaking last week were Jacob Soukup, Kalvin Fahrenholz, Heather Tomjack, Della Grass, and Junior Young. Other members who are not pictured are Kirk Shane, Justin Ramm, Dave Nichols, and Jim Hubel.	Courtesy Photo